Zaitsev Posted September 9, 2014 Report Share Posted September 9, 2014 Recently I got a nice muntjac loin out of the freezer ready to enjoy in the evening with SWMBO. However on returning home I found that I had made a schoolboy error: What the package contained was a heart, liver and kidneys... Bugger. Necessity being the mother of invention (and hunger when you come to mention it) I was determined to cook something so: Threw the kidneys away, they didn't smell too good. Sliced the liver and heart into 5mm slices and then flash fried them in a wok with some very hot maize oil and a handful of chili flakes. Took them out to rest. One large onion and one carrot sliced into strips and back into the wok with a little more maize oil, added half a handful of crushed coriander seeds and a good shake of hot paprika (I'm not great on precise quantities). Stir fry until the carrot is just tender, return the meat to the pan and mix well. I then added several good drizzles of apple balsamic and a grind of black pepper and fried for a further minute. Added 1/2 cup of water, covered with lid and allowed to evaporate off. Served with rice. Quite a kick to it but the heart and liver were very tender and the apple balsamic added some great depth and sweetness. A good dish for the frugal! Regards G Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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